Demo Day. via @iSchoolSU

To Pivot or To Persevere: 3 Student Sandbox Teams Decide

Earlier this month, student entrepreneurs showcased the products and services that they developed over the summer as part of the Syracuse Student Sandbox's Demo ...

5 To Try: Your Weekly App Discovery Guide

5 To Try: Your Weekly App Discovery Guide

This week, since my iPhone is not cooperating (the home button fell off!), I'm concentrating on Web tools.  Let's get started! Canva (Desktop + ...

LinkedIn’s Field of Study Explorer: Career Options Illuminated

LinkedIn's Field of Study Explorer: Career Options Illuminated

I learned a lesson several years ago when running Syracuse University's alumni networking program. Field of study usually has little correlation to what ...

Pinterest Conversations, Facebook [Satire] Tag, And More: Social Media RoundUp

Pinterest Conversations, Facebook [Satire] Tag, And More: Social Media RoundUp

Editor’s Note: The Social Media RoundUp is a biweekly feature of Information Space. This post has been delayed because I just got ...

Ferguson Library: A Place for Community Amidst the Chaos

Ferguson Library: A Place for Community Amidst the Chaos

Editor's Note: This post originally appeared on Virtual Dave....Real Blog. I have never been to Ferguson. I have never been to the Ferguson ...

Demo Day. via @iSchoolSU

To Pivot or To Persevere:

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5 To Try: Your Weekly App Discovery Guide

5 To Try: Your Weekly

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LinkedIn’s Field of Study Explorer: Career Options Illuminated

LinkedIn's Field of Study Explorer:

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Pinterest Conversations, Facebook [Satire] Tag, And More: Social Media RoundUp

Pinterest Conversations, Facebook [Satire] Tag,

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Ferguson Library: A Place for Community Amidst the Chaos

Ferguson Library: A Place for

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| August 28, 2014

To Pivot or To Persevere: 3 Student Sandbox Teams Decide

Demo Day. via @iSchoolSU

Earlier this month, student entrepreneurs showcased the products and services that they developed over the summer as part of the Syracuse Student Sandbox’s Demo day. Demo Day is the culmination of the Sandbox’s 12-week summer program showcasing student innovation. Each student startup pitched their venture to investors and set up booths to show their products to the → Read More

| August 27, 2014

5 To Try: Your Weekly App Discovery Guide

5 To Try

This week, since my iPhone is not cooperating (the home button fell off!), I’m concentrating on Web tools.  Let’s get started! Canva (Desktop + Chrome App Store) Canva is one of my absolute favorite tools! Truly a design app for the non-designer, Canva has captured the attention (and investment dollars) of many influential people since its → Read More

| August 25, 2014

LinkedIn’s Field of Study Explorer: Career Options Illuminated

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I learned a lesson several years ago when running Syracuse University’s alumni networking program. Field of study usually has little correlation to what you eventually end up doing for a living–at least on the surface. Unless you pursue a high level professional degree, in law, medicine, engineering and the like, there is a great likelihood that what → Read More

| August 22, 2014

Pinterest Conversations, Facebook [Satire] Tag, And More: Social Media RoundUp

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Editor’s Note: The Social Media RoundUp is a biweekly feature of Information Space. This post has been delayed because I just got back from EuroTech, a 15-day tour of Europe that visits some of the world’s largest global IT corporations. You know how, when you are on Pinterest, and you see an outfit or piece of furniture that you know → Read More

| August 21, 2014

Ferguson Library: A Place for Community Amidst the Chaos

Ferguson Library: We are Family

Editor’s Note: This post originally appeared on Virtual Dave….Real Blog. I have never been to Ferguson. I have never been to the Ferguson Library. I love the Ferguson Library. Go look at this page. Now read this. I read these right after re-reading my book Expect More for an upcoming project that starts with the → Read More

| August 20, 2014

IBM Develops First Brain-Like Computer Chip: TrueNorth

Developer of IBM TrueNorth computer chip, holding the brain-like technology in his outstretched hand

IBM recently unveiled what it’s calling the world’s first neurosynaptic computer chip, a processor that mimics the human brain’s computing abilities and power efficiency. Known as TrueNorth, IBM’s chip could cram supercomputer-like powers into a microprocessor the size of a postage stamp. Rather than solving problems through brute-force mathematical calculations, like today’s processors, it was designed to → Read More

| August 18, 2014

5 To Try: Your Weekly App Discovery Guide

5 To Try

Editor’s Note: 5 to Try is a new weekly feature of Information Space. Have an app you think we should share? Leave your comments below and we’ll check it out! If you’re like me, you love finding new apps.  But who has time to sift through the hundreds of thousands of apps in your respective → Read More

| August 15, 2014

IoT: How Some Experts View All That’s Ahead

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In this four-part series, #SUInternetOfThings, we have discussed a breakdown of what the Internet Of Things (IoT) is, based on a series of reports by the Pew Research Internet Project. In our first post, we discussed how IoT would impact our current Internet by thoroughly describing the various technological changes that may take place in → Read More

| August 12, 2014

Join InfoSpace as a Student Blogger!

BLOGGERS WANTED

A new semester means it’s time to hire new bloggers for Information Space! Syracuse University students, this is an opportunity for you, regardless of status or major.   About Information Space We’ve been publishing posts by mostly students, but also by faculty, staff, alumni and friends on topics in the Information field, Monday through Friday, year-round, → Read More

| August 11, 2014

The Amazon Fire Phone: An Android Shopping Machine

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Amazon , the world’s largest online retailer has become a mobile phone manufacturer! It launched itself into the field by creating an android based phone aptly called the Amazon Fire Phone. Specs To battle the top-tier smartphones of today, Amazon equipped the Fire with a 4.7-inch 1,280 x 720 LCD screen, a 2.26GHz quad-core Qualcomm → Read More